spin-dryer


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spin-dryer

n
(Mechanical Engineering) a device that extracts water from clothes, linen, etc, by spinning them in a perforated drum
Translations

spin-dryer

[ˈspɪnˈdraɪəʳ] Nsecadora-centrifugadora f

spin-dryer

[ˌspɪnˈdraɪəʳ] n (Brit) → centrifuga
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The "whites" came out of the spin-dryer so soiled that I was ashamed to hang them out.
It actually came out of the spin-dryer a lot softer, but four inches shorter than the other arm.
The campaign has twisted and turned like a Curly Wurly which has been put into a spin-dryer, but for the most part Sunderland have not so much been flirting with relegation as looking like they wanted to jump into bed with the Championship.
It feels a bit like there's a mini spin-dryer under the driver's seat, whirring away so fiercely that you straighten the steering wheel in an instant.
But it will be nothing compared to the spin-dryer of emotions that Swansea's Andy Robinson will feel as he runs out against his boyhood favourites.
SHOPKEEPER John Cunningham-Smith tracked thieves who walked off with a spin-dryer from his store and "pinched" it back.
Although the restaurant certainly doesn't feel cramped, space is most definitely at a premium and Liz found the washing-machine and spin-dryer tucked behind a curtain in the ladies.
Neither sister would ever dance in public again, and Rita, always second to Claire in their mother's eyes, would never escape the blame for causing that fateful spin-dryer accident.
While some other sectors will show only minimal growth over the next few years, the already declining spin-dryer market is set to plummet by 18 per cent.